The Death and Life of Great American CitiesBook - 2011 | 50th anniversary edition, 2011 Modern Library edition
From Library Staff
In one of the most influential works on cities, Jane Jacobs (1916-2006) contends that people like to live in lively cities. She offers techniques to bolster the vitality of city blocks and to overcome the results of bad planning.
In her seminal work, activist Jane Jacobs forever changed the way we look at urban living. One of the most influential works on cities.